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It is all going to be A-OK.
About bloody time — wouldn’t you say?
What was he waiting for? Christmas?
I am NOT even going to ask why God needs to be asked.
Wasn’t God AWARE?
Possible. Did God too think it was a hoax?
All this stuff with God is very confusing to I.
Christians tell me, repeatedly, that God does NOT micromanage and that God gave ‘us’ free will. Wel …
So, why hasn’t it stopped already?
Shouldn’t the pope have asked for God to cure those stricken as well.
I am going to start counting days to see how long it takes God to take action.
Everything is going to be A-OK.
I am impressed and happy.
Yes, I have a fairly HEFTY TDS bill. SMILE.
TDS and I have had our moments. But, they impress me quite often. This is another instance.
I am proud of them and GLAD to be a TDS customer.
Good for YOU, TDS.
Keep it up.
I will NOT call up and complain about my bill for the next two-months. SMILE.
I Bet That Senior Californians Are Now Going To Be Sneaking Across The Border To Mexico To Be FREE Again.
This would be I if I was lucky enough to live in California.
There is no way, however, I can stay at home. I have to go walkabout.
Screw the Wall. Nothing is going to keep me locked up.
WOW. WOW. WOW!
And he is ONLY 19-years old. Wow. (I have a 19-year old, but she (at least as yet) can’t afford to be this magnanimous.)
Such empathy. Such generosity. Last year, if YOU remember, we had ‘Robert F. Smith‘. Now this. WOW.
I am humbled, awed and delighted.
His mother, who he credits for instilling this level of generosity, should be so proud.
We should ALL be proud of him.
Those ‘poor’ arena workers must ADORE him — quite rightly.
This boy will go FAR. I did some Googling. They reckon he is on track to make a BILLION DOLLARS during his career. I really hope he does so at a minimum. I hope he does even better.
I am so happy. I am so proud for HUMANITY.
I don’t like basketball, I don’t watch basketball BUT I am going to follow and ROOT FOR this young man.
Growing up, we had bidets in Ceylon — and we are talking 1950s & 1960s.
OK. I should be more precise. Growing up I had bidets.
The two main bathrooms in our rambling, rather large, 3-story house had bidets.
I used to spend all my weekends and holidays at the house of a maternal aunty & uncle. They had a bidet in their main bathroom — the one I used since I slept in their room, with them.
All three were of the ‘shower type’ and since we used roof mounted water tanks you got a good ‘head’ of water from the shower head.
It is true that bidets were not universal in Ceylon. Most bathrooms did not have them.
But, we never used paper! I never knew of toilet paper until I came to the West in 1967.
We used water, even if we didn’t have a bidet.
Paper seems so unsanitary compared to water.
Not sure how we ended up with bidets. My adoptive mother was quite the socialite and my adoptive parents were the classic nouveau riche, while the aunty & uncle I spoke up, who didn’t have any kids, were plain rich (he a government lawyer and she the assistant principal of Ceylon’s largest school). Both houses were built c. 1954/1955. I think my mother must have seen them in a magazine.
Well, since I really am NOT into scatology I am going to leave this at this. SMILE.
Kind of cool to have a ‘March 5’ update already installed on March 3rd.
But, I do have a Google Pixel 4 and I am led to believe that Pixel 4 owners get first dibs — as it SHOULD be. SMILE.
I had read about the March ‘feature drop’ for Pixel 4s as of the weekend. I didn’t need any of the new features, BUT I like having the latest update, if nothing else for all the bug fixes and behind the scene refinements.
I checked for the update yesterday; Monday, March 2nd. Nada.
Checked this afternoon around 4pm. Bingo.
Haven’t used the phone (really) since the update. So, I can’t tell if everything is still copacetic. I assume and hope so.